SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - Saturday will be an overcast day for New England with a light northeasterly flow keeping temperatures cool. Highs only make it into the 50s, which will be between 10-15 degrees below normal for this time of year (69). While most of the day looks dry, a few showers may come through in the afternoon and evening from a low passing to our west. Very little rain is expected.

Sunday is looking nicer with some sunshine in the morning, then increasing high clouds in the afternoon. Temperatures climb back to the lower and middle 60s with more of a breeze out of the west. Dry weather should last through Sunday evening.

Our next round of rain is looking possible for late Sunday night and Monday as a warm front approaches southern New England. A soaking rain is possible through the Monday morning commute, which will likely slow things down, but flooding is unlikely. Rain should wrap up by the late morning and early afternoon with some clearing toward sunset.

Quiet weather resumes Tuesday to Thursday with some sunshine on tap. Tuesday will be cool thanks to a gusty breeze and dip in the jet stream, but milder weather is expected Wednesday and Thursday with some upper 60s possible. Showers look to return sometime later Friday.

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